"Strongly recommended … a deftly written memoir that
will hold the reader’s rapt attention from beginning to
end." Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA)
"This is a magnificent memoir
and an impressive, courageous piece of work. I was honored
to read it. It is clear that you put a great deal of time
and effort into the planning, crafting, and revising of
this fine book. Those qualities are evident through the
readable, conversational style and, of course, the
heartfelt tale itself. Your writing is clean and concise,
and it doesn’t shy away from the difficult moments and
emotional subject matter. I applaud your courage in facing
this challenge, and I thank you for sharing your story. I
hope it reaches many other people, especially those who may
need guidance in face of their own challenges." Writer’s
Digest Magazine Contest 2008, Judge’s Commentary
"Thought I’d read a few pages, and before I knew it,
had read over a hundred pages. Well-written memoir.
Congrats!" Catherine Ann Jones, award winning playwright
and author of "The Way of Story"
"… of interest to anyone …easy
to read and relate to … a beautiful job …" Reader Views
"… engaging reading that will resonate … everywhere."
Beth Cohen, Ph.D., author of "Case Closed: Holocaust
Survivors in America, 1946-1954"
"I read your book. It is
amazing, well-written, impelling, descriptive, captures the
events. I loved it. … Well done!" Gladys Sturman, Editor
and Publisher "Western States Jewish History"
"The book (Becoming Alice) will be my top
choice for my intercultural communication and identity
course … next spring semester" Diana Trebing, Ph.D.
Ass’t. Professor Saginaw Valley State University,
University Center, Michigan